Taylor Swift continues to use her voice for more than just her hugely successful career as a singer and narrative songwriter.
On Friday, The 10-time Grammy Award-winner, 30, took part in Pride Live’s Stonewall Day livestream event, which is an annual commemoration of the 1969 Stonewall uprising that helped spark the modern day gay rights movement.
During her taped segment, she praised the U.S Supreme Court’s ruling last week that protects LGBTQ people from workplace discrimination, pushed for the passage of the Equality Act, and blasted the 2020 U.S. Census for excluding transgender and nonbinary people.
‘I wanted to say happy Pride Month. The Stonewall Inn has been such a symbol of rebellion in the face of oppression and such a safe place for people,’ she began in her message.
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From there, Swift’s activist side shined through as she addressed issues true to her heart. In a nod of approval, the Lover […]
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